ULLL Hometown Heroes Scholarship (for Graduating HS Seniors)

Background

Little League® is an international pastime that has been a fabric of societies throughout the world for over 75 years. Since its founding in 1939 by Carl Stotz, Little League has instilled leadership, character, courage and loyalty in all that participate, including the nearly 1.5 million adult volunteers. Little League can be found in more than 80 countries worldwide with more than 2.4 million children participating each year. Little League has celebrated many milestones due to the dedication of its players, parents and volunteers.

Upper Loudoun Little League (established in 1961) provides children ages 4 to 12 yrs old living in western Loudoun County the opportunity to learn and play baseball in a safe environment – with a focus on good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, courage and respect for authority.

ULLL's Hometown Heroes Scholarship

Since 2003, Upper Loudoun has presented a scholarship to a graduating senior in western Loudoun who played baseball in ULLL. In the youth sports arena, it takes many, many hours of volunteer service to give children an opportunity to develop athletic talent but more importantly, it develops the life skills of teamwork and sportsmanship. It is our hope as a youth baseball league that each child leave our program inspired to give back to the community in some fashion. Active citizenship and the spirit of volunteering create a quality community in which to live.

Application and Submission

To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must meet all of the following conditions:

  • Must currently be a graduating senior planning to attend a college or university this coming fall
  • Played at least one season of baseball with Upper Loudoun Little League
  • Be a resident with an address located within the Upper Loudoun Little League boundaries.

If you want to be considered for this scholarship, please fill out the online form on the next page (see link at the bottom).  This will automatically submit the form to the ULLL's Scholarship Committee.

Additionally, you must agree to submit a transcript to the ULLL's Scholarship Committee as part of the application process.  Upon submission and agreement, the ULLL will contact your school's Guidance Counselor who will send in your transcript and supply your GPA and class rank to the Scholarship Committee as part of the application process.

Presentation of Award

The award of the scholarship will occur prior to the start of the ULLL Spring Majors tournament championship game which is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, 9 June 2021. The recipient of the award will be notified prior to this date and is expected to be present to receive the scholarship.

Again, all applications are due by Friday, 30 April 2021 for applicants to be considered. 

 

Apply here: 

2021 ULLL Hometown Heroes Scholarship Application Page

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ULLL's Hometown Heroes Scholarship Recipients

2003 - Tyler Owens

2004 - Alex Fleming & Johnny Lanham

2005 - Bret Mottice

2006 - Phillip Harper

2007 - Trevor Ikwild

2008 - Perrin Raudabaugh

2009 - Dustin Drewyer

2010 - Reid Joyner

2011 - Josh Appleton

2012 - Josh Arter & Abraham Shipley

2013 - Alec Miller

2014 - Elliott Rice

2015 - Andrew Lohr

2016 - Ryan Thomas

2017 - Andrew Donofrio & Ryan Michon

2018 - Joseph Eastman

2019 - Zach Franco & Tanner Michon

2020 - Ben Alter & Ryan Dudek